Remote MARKit Training of Trainers
The primary objective of the MARKit TOT is to disseminate the revised MARKit tool and increase ownership and use by the entire humanitarian community. Specific training objectives include the following:
• Participants have a deep understanding of the MARKit methodology
• Participants can successfully deliver the MARKit training
• Participants are familiar with the trainer role and facilitation methods
• Following completion of the TOT, participants go on to deliver subsequent MARKit trainings and technical support within their agencies or to multi-agency audiences.
MARKit TOT Course
Oct 26 – Nov 20, 2020
CRS is requesting applications to attend the remote training of trainers (TOT) on the recently published 2nd Edition of MARKit. The acronym of MARKit stands for ‘Market Monitoring, Analysis and Response Kit’. MARKit is a project-level market monitoring framework that guides users to determine the causes of abnormal price changes and make program adjustments, as necessary.
The MARKit TOT course is designed to take place over four weeks from October 26th through November 20th. This TOT, sponsored by USAID IDEAL through its 2019 Micro Grants program, is a high-level training tailored to strengthen the capacity of aid professionals (UN, INGOs, local NGOs, donors) and individuals from consultancy firms and the private sector interested in humanitarian business.
For more information about this TOT objectives, the profile of participants, the selection process, and how the course will be delivered, please review the attached TOR.
To apply to the TOT course, please complete this application form and send it along with your resume and certificates of previous trainings to Kassoum Ouattara (Kassoum.firstname.lastname@example.org) with copy to Megan McGlinchy (Megan.McGlinchy@crs.org) and Dina Brick (email@example.com).
Please submit your application by COB Monday, October 5th, 2020.